PUBLISHED BENEFITS OF PLATELET RICH PLASMA

The Napa Medical Research Foundation team has contributed a book chapter “Platelet Rich Plasma” in the recently published textbook “Essentials of Regenerative Medicine” (2019). The chapter is a comprehensive review of platelet rich plasma (PRP), the most popular and well-studied of biologic treatments, currently used by professional sports teams and athletes, but also increasingly used for patients with chronic injuries, pain and disability.

FINDING HIS WAY BACK – A STORY OF NEVER GIVING UP

In December 2002, when Rob was 37 years old, he was rear-ended by an intoxicated driver going over the Benicia Bridge in Northern California.

That moment changed Rob’s life forever.

Dr. Bodor never gave up on me and I have a regular life again.” Rob G. states.

SPORT & SCIENCE – ALIGN AMONG COLLEAGUES

Ultramarathon athletes and sports medicine experts, Drs. Tracy Hoeg, John Diana, and Marko Bodor along with Drs. Emily Krause and Michael Frederickson from Stanford, investigate bone health in ultramarathon runners.

SPRING BROUGHT NEW FUNDING FOR THE VINEYARD WORKER HEALTH PROGRAM

Andrew and Nancy Hoxsey hosted a spring fundraiser that raised $133,500 to NMRF’s innovative Vineyard Worker Health Program, which aims to reduce chronic orthopedic pain and the need for surgery among Napa Valley’s hardest-working but often most underprivileged community members.

SPRING FUNDRAISER SLIDESHOW

The Napa Medical Research Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization committed to supporting clinical and scientific research to pioneer new medical procedures, improve delivery of health care and benefit patients in the treatment and rehabilitation of orthopedic neuromuscular, and musculoskeletal conditions. Thank you for supporting our leading edge research.

Recruiting Vineyard Workers with chronic pain

The Napa Medical Research Foundation is accepting vineyard workers with chronic pain on a case-by-case basis to be a part of our new, free treatment program.

Please share this important information with your vineyard management contacts.

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